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June 16, 2009



Fun card, love how you used the sentiment from Crazy for Cupcakes to go around the Circus Circle image. Now that the kids are grown I spend my birthday crafting as my DH always gets me some kind of craft as a gift. Then out to eat as I never want to cook! jmniffer

Denise January

I love these bright colors combined with Kraft. And the idea to use the stems from Cheep Talk is brilliant!

Olivia M.

Cute card, that Circus Circle set looks like it's going to be very popular. We usually have cake and a special dinner either out or at home, cooked by my oldest daughter. I'm of mexican decent and my birthday falls on Mexican Independence day and we like watching the televised celebrations from Mexico in the evening. I always tell my kids (now 25, 22 & 14) that Mexico went ahead and is celebrating in my honor =), kind of like you on the 4th.
Thanks for the chance to win the new catty!

Grace Lange-Way

What an absolutely great card. I tend to prefer the simpler cards because they seem to exude class. This is definitely a classy card! I never stamp without my stamp-a-ma-jig by my side. I don't know who invented it, but I owe many thanks to whoever did!

jo  ann deheer

i have to be honest: when i first saw your card, i thought *oh, great! a non SU! stamp set ... forget that card.* then i read your description. drat. why didnt i get just a teeny tiny bit of your creativity? my birthday? money for SU! for the last four years!!! (plus, i never tell anyone outside of family/best friends when it is - just weird that way). thanks for your beautiful creation done with my FAVORITE neutral card base: kraft!!! i was sort of hoping for a kraft patterns DP this time around, but it was not to be...
jo ann deheer

Kathy W

What a great card! I love circle images. I thought the 4th C was coincidence because that happens a lot with my cardmaking; I go in my craftroom having an idea and walk out with something totally different. Thanks for the chance to win and for sharing your card.

kathy amstutz

My daughter's birthday is July 5th, too! No wonder I'm drawn to you and your blog. What do I do special for my birthday? Nothing! I'm turning 63 years young this year and I think I'd rather ignore birthdays from now on!

Ann Schach

Kris, this is so creative! I loved how you used the new Circle Circus stamps! Simple and Classy!

Patti MacLeith

Curvy! Creative! Cute! Challenging! You have it all, Kris. LOVE how you put the sentiments around the circles. I will have to try that!

Melissa Young

I would have never thought of that!


Such a clever idea to use the Circle Circus stamps as the flower centers! Very cute card...

Grace Lange-Way

Mostly these days (now that I'm about to turn 65 and officially become old) I just want to forget about it. LOL


For birthdays in my family we get to choose where to go out and eat and are pampered for the day. Who would have a better tradition.

Don't you love the new Circle Circus set! You have created such a great card.



Happy early Birthday! Hope you have a fabulous one! We usually catch dinner and a movie for my Birthday..nothing too extravagent but we have fun!

Fabulous card...love how you used this set! {SMILES}


Love the video! For my birthday usually it's just with family sometimes a party is thrown sometimes it's just going out to eat at my favorite restaurant Red Robin...uh-huh everyone sing their little "Red Robin" tune who knows' it! :)

Thanks Kris!

KC Monet

I love to go out to lunch or dinner on my birthday. Not very original, but still lovely, especially at places which give you a free dessert on your birthday! :-)

Bonnie L.

Wow! The new catalog... how exciting.

For my birthday I spend it with my family having a special dinner.

Thanks for the chance to win!


Love the card! And happy early birthday to you! On my birthday I like to relax and eat all my favorite foods and of course have CAKE!

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